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The Wilkinsons are a country group. Amanda was born January 17, 1982 in Belleville, Ontario and was raised in Trenton, Ontario. Her passion for singing began early. She recalls being inspired by her dad Steve performing in bands, and his singing to her when she was very young, instilling in her a love of music. As a toddler, Amanda listened to Dolly Parton, Patsy Cline and Etta James and at the age of three, made her first public appearance with her dad at her grandma and grandpa’s 25th anniversary. Amanda and her dad kept singing together. Amanda has recently gone solo and her self-titled debut album has garnered numerous award nominations and critical praise since its release. Brown-haired, blue-eyed Tyler was born into his musical family on April 30, 1984. He learned to play the guitar and the art of writing songs from his father. When he was 13, Tyler and his family moved to Nashville, Tennessee so that his father could concentrate on songwriting. After only three weeks in Music City, the Wilkinson family signed their first record deal with Giant Records. In addition to all things musical, Tyler loves scuba diving, football and honing his skills as the front man for his rock band, Motion Picture Ending. Even with all the fame, he remains modest; Tyler says he just wants “to do my best at anything I do and not limit myself.” Born August 18, 1955 in Belleville, Ontario, Steve’s interest in music started when he bought his first guitar at age 13. He grew up loving the music of Hank Williams, Hank Snow and Johnny Cash, as well as The Beatles, Paul Simon and James Taylor. A self taught guitarist and songwriter, he claims that it’s his second love, music, that won his first love -- his wife, Christine. It was because of her support that he found the courage to move the family to Nashville. That move resulted in international number ones, gold albums, Grammy recognition, multiple Canadian awards and a hit CMT television series. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.